How to survive in the "worst" apocalyptic conditions: The Survival Bible
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A Baptist group leader predicted a doomsday scenario happening soon. Others from the time of Mayans, Early Man, Nostradamus up till the moment predicted kinda New Age coming to Earth and our existence both physically and spiritually after an intricate labour. Here, MSHADDD will do his best to hunt for all what help you survive materialistically in the toughest circumstances whether apocalyptic or just unlooked-for.. Scoops within this curration are to be posted gradually and in a serendipitous fashion.  Prepare for the worst and HOPE for the best. Be safe and Stay blessed. Ta, MSHADDD The Dadaistic Surrealistic Awakened Man, Whose Dream is HOPE
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Acclimating Your Body to Cold Water to SURVIVE

Acclimating Your Body to Cold Water to SURVIVE | How to survive in the "worst" apocalyptic conditions: The Survival Bible | Scoop.it
Even the toughest pool workouts can't prepare you for a frigid swim in open water.

 

Here's why adapting to cold water can give you a leg up on the competition with adversity of nature.

 

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Mega Hint:

Do cover your body with thick triple-layered cover of petroleum jelly before diving into naked if you can. This will provide you with high tolerance to ice-freezing cold water.

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Off-Grid Washing Machine

Off-Grid Washing Machine | How to survive in the "worst" apocalyptic conditions: The Survival Bible | Scoop.it


In just a few short minutes, you can make your very own clothes-washing system that doesn't require electricity or running water.


This system will go great in your emergency preparedness supplies!


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DIY Survival: Brewing Tea in the Jungle


Matt demonstrates how to make fire by friction using a primitive hand drill, how to boil water using hot rocks, and how to flavor water with nutrient-filled jungle herbs.


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SHTF Survival dentist, toothache,DIY emergency dentist How to instantly cure a toothache


BUGOUT BAG PREPPERS end of the world Toothache Pain STOPPER ...SO SO FAST !!! PLEASE LEAVE A RESPONSE !!!!THIS IS FAST RELIEF!!!!! and BETTER THAN ANY STORE ...



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Backyard Fort::: You can Play and Survive

Backyard Fort::: You can Play and Survive | How to survive in the "worst" apocalyptic conditions: The Survival Bible | Scoop.it


This is a relatively simple, elevated backyard fort I built for my kids.

I have a very small yard with no trees whatsoever. But you don't need a tree, or even very much room to build a great backyard fort!


It was loosely inspired by Calvin's tree fort in the comic strip Calvin and Hobbes.


The design is intentionally simple and somewhat generic, which allows it to become a pirate ship, haunted house, rocket ship, or whatever.


A playhouse is just a play house. A fort is anything you want it to be!


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Hydrofoil Bicycle to Survive

Hydrofoil Bicycle to Survive | How to survive in the "worst" apocalyptic conditions: The Survival Bible | Scoop.it


Have you ever seen a hydrofoil bicycle? Most people have not, but they are now starting to become popular with colleges and professors. Most colleges make them  because they are created from complex blueprints and they are trying to perfect the hydrofoil designs.


There is a  video on YouTube showing a man on a bicycle cycling on water. He wasn’t pedaling very fast yet he was going at a pretty good speed.


A bicycle is operated by pedaling because of a chain/pulley which is attached to the wheels. Pedaling then causes the bike to move. 


A hydrofoil has these wings (hydrofoils) that lift the whole product on top of the water so that it skims the water, reducing friction. There are no wheels but the chains and a propeller move the bike.


This product would be good to make...


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▶ Surviving Alone in Alaska


Heimo Korth is the last man standing in 19 million acres of Alaskan wilderness. His neighbors are polar bears and caribous. Say good bye to civilization and see how they do it in the arctic circle on the last frontier in America.

In 1980, Jimmy Carter established the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge in the Alaskan Interior, cutting off 19 million acres of prime boreal wilderness from the mitts of fur trappers, oil tycoons, and would-be lodge owners alike.


Only six families of white settlers were grandfathered in and allowed to keep cabins in the refuge—of them, only one still stays there year-round living off the land.


His name is Heimo Korth, and he is basically the Omega Man of Americas Final...


Frontier.Part I: First Night (00:00)
Part II: Learning to Survive (15:46)
Part III: Life in a Cabin (19:20)
Part IV: Man vs. Beast (33:36)
Part V: Death of a Daughter (44:41)
Part VI: Going Home (49:27)



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How to Build a 12x20 Cabin on a Budget

How to Build a 12x20 Cabin on a Budget | How to survive in the "worst" apocalyptic conditions: The Survival Bible | Scoop.it


"I wanted to have a cabin on my property for quite some time now but with the economy, The prices of having one built has more than doubled...So i had to build it myself.


Six years ago i bought a 12x16 shed from a well known company by where i live. It cost 2,000.00 for them to build it and drop it off. 


Now that same building  would cost 4200,00 dollars.


After i was finished with this building with the door and 3 windows the total amount i spent was 2200.00 dollars"



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How To Survive Getting Lost In The Woods


Enjoy the outdoors, without fear of getting lost. This video shares basic information that I learned "the hard way," along with recommendations from wilderness survival experts.

The STOP Acronym works well to control panic:
S: Stop what you're doing. Sit down (to keep your self from walking or running). Have a drink of water. Water washes the taste of fear out of your mouth. Sit for 30 minutes to reduce the adrenaline that is flooding your system. Use this time to


T: Think. Use your brain to evaluate the threat that is facing you. Is it getting dark? Or is is cold? What will you need to do?



O: Observe your surroundings. How are they similar and different from where you were before you became lost? Is the river on which side of you? What about the mountains or other landmarks, etc? Then finally, develop a plan.



P: Plan. Ask yourself, "What am I going to do?" Decide if you are really lost OR if you are only slightly disoriented.


If you are really lost, YOU SHOULD STAY WHERE YOU ARE....and wait to be found. If you are slightly disoriented, you should search for the trail.


Find a good source of water. In a survival situation, you can last up to three days without water, but by the end of the second day you're not going to be in very good shape.


Springs or streams provide good sources of water. If you find a water source and are not sure if it is contaminated, boil it, or use chemical tablets.


Contray to popular belief, you don't need to boil water very long to make it safe from biological contamination. Just bring it to a boil.


If there aren't springs or stream in your area, you can use jacket sleeves tied to your ankles in the morning, when wading through the grass to get dew on the jacket, then suck the moisture out of the fabric.


Warning: don't drink the dew from toxic or allergic plants.


You can survive a few weeks without food, so hunting, fishing and gathering wild edibles isn't usually an urgent priority. However, the wilderness provides many food sources.

Orienteering skills (compass and map reading) are only briefly mentioned in this video...



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What to Buy if You are Homeless

What to Buy if You are Homeless | How to survive in the "worst" apocalyptic conditions: The Survival Bible | Scoop.it


A Spending Plan for Homeless People, Suggestions for Those Who would Help


When I was homeless about twenty-five years ago I came across a hundred dollars in a cigarette pack.


Someone's carelessness with his money saved my life. I think without it, my life would have been very different and may well have ended well before now.



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A BackpackA place for all your important possessions


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Goals, Tasks, and Items for Escaping HomelessnessWhat a survival kit can help you accomplish


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A Plastic Drop Cloth or TarpProtection from the elements and dirt


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What Items Would Be In Your Homelessness Survival and Escape Kit?


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Build yourself a Mongolian Yurt to Survive

Build yourself a Mongolian Yurt to Survive | How to survive in the "worst" apocalyptic conditions: The Survival Bible | Scoop.it


A guide to Building Yurts...


A yurt (ger) is a very basic, traditional tent-like structure favored over centuries by nomadic Turkic peoples stretching from Mongolia to Central Anatolia.


The yurt has traveled well over time from basic living quarters for nomads and soldiers, to hippie or recluse housing, to very modernized versions today that are used often in the recreation industry for "get-away" experiences.


And yurts can also be places of residence for people who want to live without too many encumbrances and yet still be comfortable, have access to power and technology (if wished), and remain budget-conscious.


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Real Food Survival Guide for Working Moms

Real Food Survival Guide for Working Moms | How to survive in the "worst" apocalyptic conditions: The Survival Bible | Scoop.it


Think it is impossible to be a working mom and cook real food? 

Think again


"If you are a regular reader then you know I am not a ‘stay at home mom’ – I work a full-time corporate job for IBM.  However, I do work from home which has allowed me the flexibility to develop a real food cooking strategy that is efficient, simple and will work for others. 


So how do I find the time to cook real food from scratch without collapsing at the end of the day?


I am going to share all my secrets with you."


  • Break it down...
  • Keep in simple and delicious...
  • Ditch the microwave...
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  • Discover your new convenience foods...
  • Make big batches...
  • Buy provisions efficiently...
  • Get help!Last but not least…
  • Nothing is perfect. Be flexible.



Real food isn’t consistent like the stuff you buy from the grocery store. 


You will burn a pot of beans. 


You will cook a steak too well done. 


You will forget to heat up dinner. 


You will make mushy pickles (ew!).


You will get too busy. Keep calm and carry on to plan B whatever that may be.


Happy Real Food cooking!  You can do it!



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Time to Survive >> Prepare Today, Survive Tomorrow

Time to Survive >> Prepare Today, Survive Tomorrow | How to survive in the "worst" apocalyptic conditions: The Survival Bible | Scoop.it

 

CAUTION:

Always Double-Check with experts before trying.

 

 

The Preppers List of Safety Survival Hacks [Infographic]

Many household objects can be used for something entirely different than their main purpose.

 

When disasters strike, emergencies occur, or you just get bored and want to be creative, there are many ways to transform the common item into a life-saving tool.

 

"We scoured the web and found the best survival hacks that include: turning a headlamp and a jug of water into a bright light, using dryer lint and petroleum jelly as fire starters, turning glasses into a signaling device, creating an all-natural refrigerator, turning a watch into a compass, converting batteries with tin foil, creating a homemade generator, using a condom to store a gallon of water, how to pick a lock, purifying water with bleach, making an air horn from household items, and using cardboard to create a solar oven."

 

 

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Survival Hacks - kinda fun for students to view and then create. Problem solving skills used.

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How to Do CPR to help others survive ☤

How to Do CPR to help others survive ☤ | How to survive in the "worst" apocalyptic conditions: The Survival Bible | Scoop.it

 

Read this CPR guide now so you know what to do if someone if ever experiencing a life-threatening emergency.

 

Doing CPR right away can double or even triple a person’s chance of survival...

 

Follow these steps:

1. Position your hand. Make sure the patient is lying on his back on a firm surface. Kneel beside him and place the heel of your hand on the center of the chest.

 

 

2. Interlock fingers. Keeping your arms straight, cover the first hand with the heel of your other hand and interlock the fingers of both hands together. Keep your fingers raised so they do not touch the patient’s chest or rib cage.

 

3. Give chest compressions. Lean forward so that your shoulders are directly over the patient’s chest and press down on the chest about two inches. Release the pressure, but not your hands, and let the chest come back up.

 

Repeat to give 30 compressions at a rate of 100 compressions per minute.

 

 

⚑ Note: Read the curated article to contemplate The American Heart Association's  recommendations in this regard.

 

4. Open the airway. Move to the patient’s head. Tilt his head and lift his chin to open the airway again. Let his mouth fall open slightly.

 

5. Give rescue breaths. Pinch the nostrils closed with the hand that was on the forehead and support the patient’s chin with your other hand. Take a normal breath, put your mouth over the patient’s, and blow until you can see his chest rise.

 

6. Watch chest fall. Remove your mouth from the patient’s and look along the chest, watching the chest fall. Repeat steps five and six once.


7. Repeat chest compressions and rescue breaths. Place your hands on the chest again and repeat the cycle of 30 chest compressions, followed by two rescue breaths. Continue the cycle.

 

Also memorize these key steps to save someone’s life when they are choking.

 

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Survival Hardtack

Survival Hardtack | How to survive in the "worst" apocalyptic conditions: The Survival Bible | Scoop.it


The outdoors can be as fun as it is unforgiving and if you are not prepared for the worst then it can also be deadly. We have much to learn from the outdoorsman of the past.


The survival methods they used were proven and should be used to increase survival even today. Food is important when surviving because it is the only way to replenish energy. You can survive with very little food and I will show you a way to easily carry some with you.


Hardtack is a dense bread that has minimal water and can last months without modern refrigeration. It is true to its name and has a reputation for being hard as brick.


Historically, it has helped armies and sailors make long trips by packing wooden casks with this hard bread.


Making it is simple and it requires only whole wheat flour, salt and water.



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"I use hardtack myself in my kits, and I have a small suggestion. I use a water/air tight canister for hardtack storage and I use the open end as a cookie cutter to cut out the dough shapes before baking, which guarantees they fit perfectly. If you do them in chiclet size, they make for great additions to camp soup as sort-of dumplings."
By wolfsingleton on Instructables.

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I do suggest that you add to ingredients: chopped dried palm dates. This will enrich the Hardtack with super boost of natural sugar, vitamins and minerals. 


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Bug Out Bike >> Apocalypse Bicycle

Bug Out Bike >> Apocalypse Bicycle | How to survive in the "worst" apocalyptic conditions: The Survival Bible | Scoop.it


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Taku-Tanku >> The Fantabulous Tiny, Portable, Floating, Greener, Towable House Solution

Taku-Tanku >> The Fantabulous Tiny, Portable, Floating, Greener, Towable House Solution | How to survive in the "worst" apocalyptic conditions: The Survival Bible | Scoop.it


TAKU-TANKU is a travelling little house. Carried by one or two persons or by a bicycle, by a car or potentially even by a boat, TAKU-TANKU is made out of water tanks and can travel through many landscapes to serve as companion and shelter but also as a sculpture that celebrates the vital role of water in our lives.



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Tiny tiny house

Tiny tiny house | How to survive in the "worst" apocalyptic conditions: The Survival Bible | Scoop.it


"This is the first tiny house we have built, so it was enough of a challenge to build that the documenting side was let slide to a fair extent. Regardl..."



As we used an old trailer frame to build this on, we started by demolishing the trailer, separating out the aluminum to be recycled. The plywood floor was saved to be re-used as the sub-floor.


Then we went at it with an angle grinder and drill with wire wheel and wire brushes for the hard to reach parts. As we removed the failing old paint and surface rust we looked for signs of penetrating rust which would need welding to maintain the integrity of the frame. Thankfully, we found none.

So we moved right on to priming with a rusty metal primer, and then a coat or two of quality metal paint...

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Survival Tip: Two SHTF DIY Light Options - YouTube


Sensible Prepper Presents: Survival Tip: SHTF Light options. DIY Emergency Lateran and make-shift Flashlight. 


"use tin foil instead of paper clips, its a bit easier. :)"


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Polar Vortex: How to survive extreme cold

Polar Vortex: How to survive extreme cold | How to survive in the "worst" apocalyptic conditions: The Survival Bible | Scoop.it


An Arctic freeze has been sweeping across North America, bringing temperatures as low as -40C with wind chill in some cities.


What are the risks of extreme cold and how can you avoid them, asks Aidan Lewis.


Here are some useful hints and tips...



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41 Camping Hacks That Are Borderline Genius

41 Camping Hacks That Are Borderline Genius | How to survive in the "worst" apocalyptic conditions: The Survival Bible | Scoop.it

 

These tips and tricks will guarantee you’ll be a totally happy camper this summer, and will come in handy for survival at anytime..


 

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The man who lives without money

The man who lives without money | How to survive in the "worst" apocalyptic conditions: The Survival Bible | Scoop.it

 

Mark Boyle gave up using cash over a year ago and loves his new lifestyle.

 

Mark Boyle, 31, gave up using money in November 2008.

 

He lives in a caravan that he got from Freecycle (uk.freecycle.org), which is parked at an organic farm near Bristol, where Boyle volunteers three days a week.

 

He grows his own food, has a wood-burning stove and produces electricity from a solar panel (it cost £360 before the experiment started).

 

He has a mobile phone for incoming calls only and a solar-powered laptop...

 

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Country Boys can survive. Great story. The human spirit will find a way to remain free or break free. It is good to learn from these pioneers as we "prepare for life" becuase it is coming at us and it is not slowing down!

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Chinese Military Shovel WJQ-308

 

An awesome little tool. It's the new Swiss Army Knife!

 

Check out this list of uses:

 

>> Digging holes in the ground.

 

>> Moving earth around.

 

>> Making holes (for cover?) in sloping or vertical surfaces.

 

>> Chopping down branches.

 

>> Using as a saw.

 

>> Chopping vegetables.

 

>> Peeling vegetables.

 

>> Using as a measure.

 

>> Using as pliers to cut wire to length.

 

>> Cutting through barbed wire.

 

>> Digging footholds for climbing.

 

>> Anchor/grappling hook.

 

>> Casually using as a shield while a madman attacks you in your car.

 

>> Cleaving the enemy’s head in two.

 

>> As a hammer (for nails, not heads).

 

>> As a nail puller.

 

>> Bottle opener when it’s party time.

 

>> Can/tin opener.

 

>> Tightening and twisting wires.

 

>> Hoisting heavy objects up to high places.

 

>> Prying materials from surfaces.

 

>> As an oar in a tiny boat.

 

>> Clearing the land.

 

>> Putting up tents.

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Finding North Using Shadows

Finding North Using Shadows | How to survive in the "worst" apocalyptic conditions: The Survival Bible | Scoop.it

 

If you get lost and you don’t have a compass then you’ll need to find a way to navigate out safely.

 

One of the ways to do that is using the shadows from the sun.

 

Take a look at the video below and leave a comment below if you’ve tried this trick before!

 

Have you ever been lost?

 

How did you find your way back out?

 

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➲ How to Survive in a Cave; Master Spelunking! Part I ✔

➲ How to Survive in a Cave; Master Spelunking! Part I ✔ | How to survive in the "worst" apocalyptic conditions: The Survival Bible | Scoop.it

 

Caving, sometimes known as spelunking, can be a fun, exciting hobby and a valuable tool for scientific discovery.

 

But the hidden world of caves can be as dangerous as it is fascinating, and even the most experienced cavers can easily be injured or get lost in a cave.

 

When something goes wrong below ground, you can quickly find yourself in a survival situation.

 

 

♞♞ Here’s how to make it out alive ♞♞

 

☝ Enter a cave well-prepared...

 

☝ Mark your path...

 

☝ Remain calm...

 

☝ Stay together if you’re in a group...

 

☝ Stay warm and dry...

 

☝ Ration your food and water supplies...

 

☝ Conserve your light...

 

☝ Stay put if you don’t have light...

 

 

 

☛☛ Tips ☛☛

 

☛ Mobile phones, watches, and other such devices may be used to provide backup light. 

 

☛ If you are deep in cave, try to feel where air is flowing and follow it to the source. There are usually multiple ways out from a cave.

 

☛ If moving in a group, keep a little distance as long as you can see each other.

Just a few feet between people can help prevent injuries to multiple people if one person should stumble or if part of the cave falls.

When making ascents, only one person should climb at a time, and the others should stay clear of the area below the climber, where rocks (or the climber) may fall and injure them.

 

☛ If you are in a cave near water, be sure to note the times of high and low tide so that you will not be drowned.

 

☛ Always have a flashlight as you enter the cave. And always have a backup flashlight or batteries in case the first flashlight runs out of power. 

 

☛ In the absence of a draft, smoke always rises. You can try to light up something small that creates smoke and try to follow it.

Remember that smoke is dangerous in narrow areas as you may be choked because of it.

You also need to make sure that you can control whatever you’re burning.

 

☛ Go with at least 4 people so if one person gets hurt one can stay with them & two can get help. 

 

☛ Always put cell phone, lighter, and matches in a ziplock bag to keep them dry. 

 

☛ Be sure and watch the weather. A 15 minute rain downpour can drown you. Remember caves are mainly carved by water. 

 

☛ If you’re traveling in a group, have the largest person go in the middle. That way people on both ends can help extricate the person should he or she get stuck in a tight spot.

 

 


☛☛ Warnings ☛☛


☛ Avoid making vertical ascents over rock that is wet, as this will be particularly susceptible to collapse.

 

☛ Look out for sharp stones and slippery rock while moving about in a cave.

 

☛ Beware of the water in a cave, especially during flooding. It can be difficult to ascertain the depth of the water, and there may be a hidden current. 

 

☛ Do not drink cave water with a strong odor or which you know to be contaminated. 

 

☛ Do not attempt to move a badly injured person. Keep the victim immobilized and warm and get the assistance of experienced cave rescuers to extricate him.

 

 There are quite a lot of sheer drops in caves that would kill a person was he to fall through them. When walking without light, always,

 

 

Always, ALWAYS check the area around and at the place you are about to walk to...

 

 

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Time to Survive, Time to Build a Cob Oven

Time to Survive, Time to Build a Cob Oven | How to survive in the "worst" apocalyptic conditions: The Survival Bible | Scoop.it

 

Cob Ovens are a relatively inexpensive way to bake, with all the benefits of wood-fire such as a hot hearth.

 

Materials are raw and often sourced locally from the land.

 

This Cob Oven was built leading up to the 2008 Forest Festival held in Jackeys Marsh, Tasmania.

 

The oven is a design from Build your own Earth Oven by Kuko Denzer. Many thanks to Jenny for the photos...

 

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Mhd.Shadi Khudr's comment, November 24, 2013 6:35 PM
Glad you like it Laura